England is the most valuable team at Qatar 2022 with an estimated transfer value of around $1.54 billion, according to the study.
England have the most valuable squad at Qatar 2022, with the team’s Jude Bellingham topping a list of more than 800 footballers in terms of transfer value, a study has found.
According to a study by Swiss research group CIES Football Observatory, England’s 26-man squad is worth just under €1.5 billion ($1.54 billion), with 19-year-old Bellingham valued at €202 million ($207.4 million). US dollars) is estimated.
The Borussia Dortmund player cemented his reputation as one of the best young players in the world with a superb goal in England’s 6-2 win over Iran in the World Cup opener on Monday.
Here’s a look at how the other major soccer teams are doing in the World Cup tournament:
Brazil are second on the list to England with a transfer value of 1.45 billion euros ($1.49 billion) and Real Madrid forward Vinicius Junior was hers at 200 million euros ($205 million). most valuable player.
France finished third with an estimated transfer value of 1.34 billion ($1.38 billion) for their squad. Paris St. Germain (PSG) striker Kylian Mbappe was their top player, valued at €185m ($190m).
The top three were followed by Spain with 1.2 billion euros ($1.23 billion), Portugal with 1.15 billion euros ($1.18 billion) and Germany with 1.02 billion euros ($1.05 billion).
The CIES Football Observatory put the total value of all teams at the 2022 World Cup at 15 billion euros ($15.4 billion), based on a statistical technique involving more than 2,000 player transactions conducted by clubs in Europe’s big five Leagues were transferred from July 2012 to November 2021.
In terms of insured value, England’s squad again topped the list of World Cup teams with an estimated insured value of £3.17bn ($3.76bn), according to Lloyd’s of London analysis carried out by the Center for Economics and Business Research was supported.
England edged out France at £2.66 billion ($3.15 billion) and Brazil at £2.56 billion ($3.04 billion) to take the top spot.
According to Lloyd’s, assessing insurance value includes a variety of metrics such as wages, sponsorships, age and positions on the field.
Bellingham was ranked as the most insurable player, followed by Mbappe and Vinicius Jr.
The Lloyd’s model is based on the belief that a team’s quality can be judged by measuring factors such as player salaries, referral earnings and age, as a team’s worth is a good indicator of its talent on the pitch.